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Chakradhar lime - a new thornless and seedless selection in lime (Citrus aurantifolia Swingle)



Chakradhar lime - a new thornless and seedless selection in lime (Citrus aurantifolia Swingle)



Annals of Plant Physiology 3(1): 95-97



Chakradhar was derived from Kagzi and has round fruit with thin papery rind and a 60-66% juice content. It has a greater yield and vitamin C (118.2-140.8 mg/100g) and acid content (8.3-9.1%) than Kagzi.

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